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and i think i felt the process go forward. so it's not just surprises. it's how you react to a 60 obama administration did a great job on burma. >> for the first time in my life, i think i'll probably just listen and observe. my staff is gone i cannot believe it. chris is right and these are good people and you hate to put them through having to work for people like ice, but still. i will say talk about strategic surprises. i never in a million years thought i would come home to my daughter's all doing this cowboy south korean tribe around my living room, singing a korean song called style. i didn't think i would have been. >> were going to go to the next part, which are questions. i don't know physicality of giving time constraints. i can see how far the line goes back. if you can state who you are and if possible address or wishing to one of our participants, others may chime in. please make your question concise. >> hello, and director of nuclear proliferation at the center for arms control and proliferation. thank you first ball of your expert insights on this excellent program. i m
not know the numbers are right now so it is no point to speculate. host:. you for joining us this morning. >> among the delegation that went with president obama on the tour of damage in new jersey. we're waiting to take you live for the latest update from fema their reporting the department of homeland security is temporarily waiving some maritime rules to allow foreign oil tankers from the gulf of mexico to enter northeast and ports. it jury -- janet of soliton as saying today that they are waving the jones act which prohibits international cargo ships from transporting until november 13th. it is being done to hopefully ease some of the fuel and gasoline problems and shortages that have been having in the new york-new jersey area. we're waiting my duty to to the briefing. we also heard from another new jersey congressman from the six the district this morning. host: i want to bring in another new jersey congressman. thank you for joining us as you go ahead with the recovery efforts there in new jersey. our last caller brought up some concerns about being able to vote on tuesday after th
as to what's going to happen. >> if you know what's going on right now, read dickens. it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. i can show you ten polls and you'll say there is no way barack obama is going to win. and ten other polls would say mitt romney is sunk. >> an associated press poll has him up 49 to 45 with women. do you think that maybe stemmed from the debate? he was a little more moderate in the debate? how is he picking up these female voters right now? >> i have no idea. >> you're asking the wrong person. >> i have no idea. and these debates over abortion and these republican candidates who are just stepping in it on those issues, i think it's terrible timing for your party. at the same time, the polls show that mitt romney is actually gaining support among women. >> in a big way. >> i also think overall, it's still kind of convoluted enough where each side -- i can see -- the positive that i want to see, and why i think obama will win, he can probably see the other side. >> this is such a tight race. what do they need to do? what can they do at this point? >>
't an issue the last four years, it is now. >> this is a smith and wesson model right here. >> reporter: in the swing states of ohio and colorado, gun owners could pose a problem for the president. >> what worries me most is that at that point we'll see the real, true barack obama. >> reporter: their concern? his plan to reduce violence by -- >> seeing if we can get an assault weapons ban reintroduced. >> i was thinking i was worn in the country where i had the right -- born in the country where i had the right to keep and bear arms, and i don't know what he's talking about. >> it makes me nervous. i have three children and a home to protect. >> reporter: stephanie thomas run r rushed to the cincinnati gun store. >> i am definitely concerned. i wanted to come in before the election to make my purchase in the event that that ban is reinstated. >> reporter: 90 million gun owners live in the u.s., but in the eight battleground states, 2.1 million bought guns already this year and two million hold hunting licenses. gun owners fear the president would ban america's top-selling gun, the ar15.
. >> we're glad to hear jim redick, director of emergency operation in norfolk this morning. right back to zorida a look at other stories making news. >> good morning. hurricane sandy is having an impact on the presidential race. with just eight days until election day, both romney and obama campaign have suspended e-mail fund-raising in some states in the storm's path. virginia, pennsylvania, new jersey, north carolina and the district of columbia. both candidates kansas selled campaign events scheduled for virginia. >>> president obama garnered the support of the blade in toledo ohio. pittsburgh post gazette and detroit free press. mitt romney was endorsed by the des moines register in des moines and the press enter vice in riverside, california. and it is a san francisco sweep. the giants beat detroit tiger last night to win the world series in four straight. game four went extra innings. san francisco winning. pablo san val was named the series' mvp. he says this years he year's giants were special. >> it's a team. i say thank you to my teammates to give me opportunity to be here. t
to run for president after a second obama term than a first romney term? yes. do i also think he's sincere doing his job? yes. i think it's one of those cases by chris christie doing what he sees as the right thing, working on this disaster and trying to fix it, or ameliorate it the best he can, it's good for his long-term politics. >> kayla pointed out, too, this is a problem that is beginning to be around for months and months. and if that's the case, you probably want the make sure that you are keeping good relations with washington and keeping good relations with anybody supplying money. >> no question about it whatsoever. so this is just one of those circumstances that i think falls in a way that benefits president obama, although i have the say i don't think there's a huge electoral benefit here. i don't think a lot of votes are going to switch because the president is doing his job here. but it can't hurt. >> john, thank you so much. we'll talk to you soon. got a lot of things going on in the next week. >>> coming up, we'll focus on the markets ahead of the reopening of wa
to unleash. so i think the market psychologically with like to see a romney win, but even if it's obama, we can still make a plan. and that's the biggest problem. >> what happens if we don't find out the outcome of the election by wednesday morning? >> that's the talk of the town right now. downstairs everybody's talking that is the biggest disaster because if he with have that uncertainty continue -- i don't think it would go as lon at figure cal cliphysical kal clif that's the irs volumes have been low because we ecause there is no etting plan going forward. >> scott, we'll leave it there, but thanking for your perspective. we'll see you soon. the question on our minds here this morning, to run or not to run. that is our question. the big controversy over mayor bloomberg's decision to push forward with the marathon. one topic of outrage to touch on in chairs this morning. smart comes with 8 airbags, 3 a crash management system and the world's only tridion safety cell which can withstand over three and a half tons. small in size. big on safety. but don't just listen to me. listen to these
in the electoral battleground actually have president obama winning right? >> that's exactly what he was saying. these guys follow lines and sporting events. they were great to let us come in and do this. for me, it was incredibly cool place just to be. what he was saying is that it might seem contradict arery to some when you see that gallop poll. he knows those money guys are following the polls we see at the state level by the way national polls now. the gallop poll is an outliar and one of nine or 10 national polls, the others a different story. >> cenk: the closer we get to election is you guys were alluding to, the more certain the markets become and the more certain polls become. one of the reasons the main reason the polls are not a certainty is because things can change in the next five days, but as we get close to the election, they become more and more certain don't they? >> eventually, you run out of events that are going to change minds or sway people. we basically have a weekend left before the election. the right can cry all they want and jonathan karl say i don't know what's goi
this tragedy president obama announced an investigation and promised to bring those responsible to justice. but it appeared that the administration was witholding information to avoid being blamed for a terrorist attack on their watch right before the election. this has left some troubling questions. questions that fox news has not been afraid to ask 24 hours a day for the last six weeks. >> who is to blame for% this? >> what happened with the intelligence? >> what went wrong, why was the intelligence not recognized and acted upon? >> special report. who did this and how? should our government have seen it come something in did president obama try to hide the truth? is this a huge scandal that exposes a failed obama foreign policy? or is mitt romney just saying it is? >> stephen: why didn't our consulate have more security? why was the intelligence so slow to come out? and more importantly, if you put a statement in the form of a question, is it journalism? [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] so why did the administration imply these attacks were incited by a youtube video that insults the
for barack obama he has got to get this right, because otherwise people will see this as political disaster and another point, you know, he has got to make sure that this isn't politicized. >> jennifer: how do you do that when you are one week before an election? >> sure. i think he has done a good job of reaching out to both republican and democratic governors and mayors. george bush -- his administration provided some help to republican governors that democratic governors didn't get. new orleans wasn't included in the federal state of emergency. >> jennifer: and james do you think, first of all that the decision to halt the campaigns, for example, that is a no-brainer, right? >> yeah absolutely. and i think particularly in the case of obama talking to folks around him, it was clear to me this was not first and foremost a political decision on his part. he just said simply i'm not running out there and raising money and going to pep rallies at the same time that i'm supposed to be overseeing what could compare to katrina. >> jennifer: well, now romney --
everybody is all right and it is a rare moment where a republican praises president obama. now, one republican who did not was the former fema director under george w. bush, michael brown. if you don't remember who michael brown is, you might remember this moment during the bush administration. >> there will be plenty of opportunities to help later on. right now, the immediate concern is to save lives and get food and medicine to people so we can stabilize the situation. i want to thank you all and brownie, you're doing a heck of a job. the fema director is working 24/7. [ applause ] >> cenk: well, that became a big dispute later. michael brown spoke out today and said that president obama was moving too fast during this storm which is fascinating. and he then went on to clarify he said in the context of the election, i simply said he should have waited, the storm was still forming people were debating whether it was going to be as bad as expected or not and i noted that the president should have let the governors and
didn't know he was black. >> cenk: all right, we have to leave it right there. when we come back we'll talk about climate change, and there is a devastating ad against mitt romney on that as well. >> president obama promised to begin to slow the rise of the oceans. my promise is to help you and your family. [ cheering ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] sane. >> cenk: we will we've got all these conservative super pacs running ads against progressive causes. now that we have people striking back people who believe in climate change are running this ad against romney. >> president obama promised to slow the rise of the oceans and to heal the planet. my promise is to help you and your family. [ cheering ] >> cenk: that's a pretty devastating ad. now north carolina city after suffering through sandy is thinking, well, this thing is so real we've got to start taking precautions to which i say of course! >> experts now wonder if the massive storm surge that flood lower manhattan and washed away parts of the jersey shore could have been solved by sea barriers. now two engineering firms are preparing mas
, but he said pressed to choose, president obama has come down on the right side of his mind. >> i'll take the endorsement. >> bill: yes. we know the big news about hurricane sandy is the biggest news we have had but hitting a week before the campaign there is also a political side to hurricane sandy. looking at bloomberg's endorsement, wouldn't you have to say if there were a political winner it was president obama. >> no question. you have chris christie who has been a top surrogate for romney on the tarmac shaking hands, praising the president for his response efforts -- >> bill: over and over. >> but more than the words was what the storm did to the narrative, which was to stop the campaign in its track, and stop the perception of romney momentum, to shift the focus from romney's rallies, and shift the discussion to what roll the government can play. >> bill: hey, dan, i want to share with margaret the newest obama ad but while dan is getting that ready -- that's the point of my column i reference is that i think hurricane sandy brought the focus on the ke
and part of the way they are going to do that is take a lot of federal money right. he's given president obama a lot of credit because he's going to get a lot of money. what happened? i thought he were against federal money. the mayor of newark new jersey rushed into a burning building literally and rescued somebody. when he gets tweets, he comes to the rescue. let me show you a tweet: >> cenk: then he says: >> somebody had called him. another one: >> cenk: and it goes on and on. anna you've got to give cory booker credit. he seems like the one politician in america who cares about the homeless people. >> he kind of puts himself at risk in the process of doing so. he's got a little bit of a hero complex. it worked out well for him in the beginning and now i'm not saying he's using it to his advantage, but he's getting positive press for it. >> he's a mad tweeter right we know that and he does seem to be sort of heroic. he's like if batman tweeted like right after taking down the joker and three henchman, he does seem to be a do-gooder. >> cenk: batman, i need your help here. that's the n
the rights of our voters. it seems like the obama team is really on the ball on this am i right? >> yes, [ inaudible ] has done a great job of frankly rebuilding a function that had been almost completely decimated by the bush administration, but we have seen since 2000 secretaries of state across the country, hyperpartism, and engaging in behavior that is anti-democratic, and goes against the spirit and the express purpose of their positions. >> stephanie: yeah. ben, absolutely, too many people have died for this right. do not let them take away your right to vote. tell people where they can go to find out the rights in their state. >> folks can go to and text v-o-t-e to 6227 and get it that way. and you are so right. and that's one of the things that makes me most proud of our folks in florida. fully over 125,000 votes were in florida, and that's -- you got to recall we started this year with sheriff brooke threatening to throw our people in jail because the office [ inaudible ] was turned in more than 48 hours after they took it out. and our people remember
for president of the united states? >> go obama. >> yeah, i will take a pass on it. thank you very much for all of your attention, for making sure you asked the right question when you go home tonight. we appreciate that you take responsibility. you will be a great friend to your class mates and good family member and good citizen of san francisco. thank you very much. good job, you did great. >> great in your uniforms as well. >> we are uniforms as well. >> love the stars they are all wearing. >> for third grade, very attentive. thank you for letting us come into your class room. you can ask questions or continue with the story. whatever your teacher would like. >> ask questions if you'd like. this is an opportunity. >> how old are you? >> how old am i? can you guess? >> 95? [ laughter] >> can you not guess! [ laughter] >> only third grade. >> close, close. i'm 60. and she's 48. >> in between. [ laughter] >> i was -- so you will remember this, i was born in the year of the dragon. >> oh yeah! that is how i have fun when it comes to numbers and it comes to age. >> we all have different jobs. we
's the profit in that? >> stephanie: all right. the president on mtv this weekend. >> obama: we now have to go directly to the source the colleges and universities and say you've got to work on cutting tuition. >> stephanie: yeah. just go ask your parents for money or shop around for a cheaper college. all right. can you imagine if jacki schechner had done that. they would have said whatever tri-delt. we can't afford university of pennsylvania. >> my parents were so proud when my first job out of college paid me $15,000 a year. keep going girl. >> stephanie: what makes you think you're qualified to wear the mr. sausage hat? thanks for that usc degree. 58 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." she is awesome. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: hello. welcome to the flirtini hour of "the stephanie miller show." hour number three. jacki gets this that journalism mode all of a sudden. she's like i'm not talking to you guys. >> people say i have my
, right? >> we'll have mitt romneys out there. i'm sure, barack obama. michele bachmanns and her husband running side by side. all of that will be happening tonight. >> that's awesome. >> stephanie: marcus will be in better heels. >> yes exactly. >> stephanie: mayor john, happy halloween honey. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> stephanie: mayor of west hollywood. >> for real. >> for real. >> stephanie: yeah exactly. let's go to -- paul in michigan. you're on "the stephanie miller show." you're on with elvira. hi paul. >> caller: how you doing stephanie? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: you guys put on an excellent show by the way. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i think i figured out how romney's idea of privatizing fema works. >> stephanie: how's that? >> caller: and that is some corrupt corporation probably owned by mitt romney gets billions of dollars of our tax money and then when there is a disaster if they show up at all, they show up with truckloads of panty hose and yo-yos and lampshade
, because it is right at a time in which obama's political capital will be at its maximum. the iranians will be right before entering their new year, and then after that their election season, which they would once again be politically paralyzed. and if that opportunity can be utilized, it will be very interesting to see, do both sides have the discipline? both sides claim they're winning and doing great. they all have their rhetoric and talking points as to why the a rain spring has been fantastic for them, but do they have the ability and the discipline to go to the negotiating table and translate whatever strength it is that they have into a strong negotiating position and then change that strength into an actual deal? i suspect if we don't see something -- obviously i don't think it will be an end deal at all before the iranian new deal in march -- but if there isn't any progress before this period, it's going to be quite questionable at what moment it can be achieved again, because then the political circus and both sides are going to start again and negotiations are going to once
this project was being planned well, that the initial funds that were granted to us by president obama and with the great work of our congressional delegates and speaker pelosi and senator feinstein we would make sure to use it in the right way and creating the jobs and the investment that people wanted to see. u.s. transportation secretary ray lahood. please share this announcement. >> hello san francisco. i am delighted to be here to celebrate with all of you three very important champions for this project. senator feinstein who doesn't often call me, but when she does i pay attention, and four years ago when i went to see her about a number of issues this project was number one on her list. we need to get it done. we need to get a full funding grant agreement. she has been a champion for this project from the beginning going back -- i am sure she will tell you, i don't know how far. speaker pelosi, a champion for this project. [applause] speaker pelosi doesn't call me very often, but when she does it's always important. four years ago when i took this job i went to see the s
! >> stephanie: rocky mountain mike! [ applause ] all right. mitt romney, his campaign rally that was not a campaign rally. >> of course not. >> stephanie: what was it called? >> storm relief for people to hold up fire obama t-shirts and nonpolitical things like that. >> romney: i've had a chance to speak with some of the governors in the affected areas. >> stephanie: don't you seem presidential? >> romney: i appreciate the fact that people here in dayton got up this morning some went to the grocery store i see and purchased some things that these families will need. >> stephanie: that's weird -- weird he was in ohio which wasn't an area oosked by the storm. >> not remotely affected by the storm. >> stephanie: people went to the grocery store. >> i've never been to a grocery store. but i assume that's where you get that. >> i love how awkward he sounded. >> stephanie: they bought things that the red cross didn't ask for. >> odd. >> these folks need seven-year-old cans of sauerkraut. >> a lot of people
terrific in weakening regulations. let me give a quote from the "washington post." obama has actually finalized fewer regulations than either clinton or bush at the same point in their terms. thank you for being more right wing than those guys. how about the issue of drilling and coal? look at this, 241 million more oil barrels under president obama's first three years than under the last three years of george w. bush. 75% increase in drilling rigs from 29 to 2011. u.s. oil production at the highest level since 1997. and most permits for deep water drilling since '07 even though we had the bp disaster happen on his watch. you're not going to outdrill. you're not going to out-coal president obama. how is it that climb climate change working for president obama? would you brag about it? why do they do it, it's the money, lebowsky, of course it's the money. look at how much the oil company spent, $167,000 spent every day lobbying congress. every $1 spent on lobbying is equivalent to $30 worth of tax breaks that they get from the american people. and finally where did the money go? it wen
. there is no easy answer. i think this will be the most serious issue in addition to dealing with possibly the obama care situation that the next governor will have to deal with. there has been no improvement in the mental health system right now in the last four years even though governor perdue promised to fix it. >> i believe he has opposed the affordable care act which would give resources for this type of problem. several years ago the mental- health directors said we need to privatize the system. it has not gone well. it was called divestiture. i talked to a doctor and said this was not working in rural areas. but there was that they would leave the mental health system and form their own private businesses. they left certain rural areas so our police department became the mental health department by picking them up and taking them to the emergency rooms. when need to listen to the providers. one benefit of the affordable care act would be to provide more managed care in the mental health a reno. we need to listen to the providers and make sure that there is managed care out there. people can
. but is he ready to lead? >> it is probably a plus for obama but this election is pitting cache against cash as billionaires pump the big bucks into romney's campaign, it remains to be seen what celebrity currency can buy. >> jennifer: all right everybody. that's it for our show tonight. thank you so much for joining us here in "the war room." you have a great night.
't you ask the beginning of impeachment proceedings against president obama? i asked for us to have an investigation. i think that is exactly what our o in tell committee and foreign affairs committee and government reform committee are doing right now. i think that is exactly what we need to be doing. geraldo, this are three things that should be of great concern to the american people. number one, why didn't we see this coming? number two, why didn't we take action as the attack was taking place? and number three, what has transpired after this? and we need to figure out if there was a coverup and, you know, i think that speaker boehner asked the right question this week in his letter to the president and that is when was the last time that you talked with ambassador stevens? if these are your appointees, you have them out there, they are working on behalf of the united states, if there is a problem in libya, when was the last time that you had a conversation with h him addressing these issues? >> congressman cuellar, how and when should benghazi-gate be he investigated? >> first
out there. so i think that's right and it's really too bad because it has closed a lot of doors in our family. and that is what you founded michelle obama's families. you are able to help truly open those doors for her family. >> you know, i think, at least within her family, there are those conversations happening but i think as i said, ordinary americans around the country are making these kinds of discoveries with dna testing so these conversations are happening around the country. when you talk about marriage and the importance of legitimacy, one of the other nice stories which again talks about the variation of the american experience during slavery was the first lady had ancestors who were free for decades before the civil war. one of the most interesting records that i came upon was a record which showed those members of her family who after the civil war went to the courthouse and lined up to get their marriages and their relationships legitimized and recognized under the law and a lot of people did that. >> i think that if -- and i am curious how does the first lady michelle o
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